Posts Tagged ‘exercise’

Exercise Could Save Your Liver

Exercise Could Save Your Liver Posted on August 23, 2016 by Ruth Kava It’s pretty widely known that chronic over-indulgence in alcoholic beverages can play havoc with one’s liver — in extreme cases ending up with cirrhosis and a non-functioning organ. But non-drinkers can also have liver problems. In particular, there is one called non-alcoholic…

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Exercise beneficial in decreasing fatty liver development

Exercise beneficial in decreasing fatty liver development Varying levels of physical activity decreased the risk for developing new fatty liver and assisted in resolution of existing fatty liver within 5 years of follow up. “In short duration studies, lifestyle changes that have focused on diet and exercise modification have shown promise in decreasing liver fat…

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A brisk walk is just as good as a jog when it comes to fighting nonalcoholic fatty liver disease

Moderate and vigorous exercise have comparable effects on nonalcoholic fatty liver disease Date: July 6, 2016 Source: Tulane University Summary: A brisk walk is just as good as a jog when it comes to fighting nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, researchers finds. Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease has been associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease…

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Lipoprotein levels with FLD do not improve with exercise

Lipoprotein levels do not improve with exercise A new study published in the journal Hepatology has revealed that moderate exercise does not improve lipoprotein levels in obese patients with non alcoholic fatty liver disease and manages to reduce triglyceride and alanine transaminase levels by just a small amount. Obesity is a rampant health concern worldwide.…

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